"Situated on the Rue de Thorigny in Paris, the gallery opened three years ago. My background is somewhat unusual. I went to business school and opened a gallery in 1993 on the Rue du Perche which, unfortunately, didn’t last long. I probably wasn’t ready yet. Still, I was able to make a career in the industry and keep in mind my passion for art and artists. Eventually I enrolled in contemporary art classes at the École du Louvre taught by Olivier Michelon and Bernard Blistène. It was wonderful. What’s important for me is the multitude of media and visions, and also the doubt expressed by contemporary art, which I would define through the curiosity of the world and mankind."
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